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I live in a small village called the Marshwood. There aren't much many people in my village. There are only a little houses and shops. However, the shops sell a lots of basic things like the bread and the milk. There isn't many much public transport either. There are only a little buses during the week and on Sundays there aren't some any. Most of a people travel to work in the city by car. (original sentence: Most of a people travel by car to work in the city)

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There are only a few buses during the week and on Sundays there aren't any.

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*There are only a little buses during the week and on Sundays there aren't some any.

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That sentence is not correct. The indefinite article "a" is not correct there. And it should be replaced with the definite article "the". Thus, "Most of THE people... ", or just, as you said, "Most people... ". Additionally, "There are only a little buses during the week and on Sundays there aren't" should be "There are only FEW buses". Otherwise, the rest of the sentences are fine as you corrected.
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